Hi Adam, 

Thank you for your help with this. Yes! I have noticed the same thing and I 
am trying to keep it to a minimum. I am not sure if I should try to reduce 
the number of calls the app is making by default. As for now, the code is 
only calling one object to replace the system settings. I have tested the 
code and it doesn't seem to impact the loading time at all. However, I am 
facing a strange issue with the zoom. I think I should post this 
separately. In my installations (I have a few now) the zoom limitations 
imposed by the app itself is not working. I am not sure if this is a 
certain setting that I didn't set correctly or if it is something related 
to the app itself. 

Thank you again, 

On Wednesday, March 25, 2020 at 6:01:19 PM UTC+2, Adam Cox wrote:
> Hi Mahmoud, recently (since we last spoke) I began experimenting with 
> using a context processor for a permissions-related aspect of my app. I 
> noticed, however, that when loading the map search page, the context 
> processor functions are each called 15 times! This is something to be aware 
> of as you develop--it would be wise to keep those functions very 
> lightweight.
> Good luck,
> Adam
> On Tuesday, March 24, 2020 at 6:24:10 PM UTC-5, Mahmoud Abdelrazek wrote:
>> Hello Everyone,
>> My name is Mahmoud Abdelrazek. I am from Egypt and I am happy to be 
>> introduced to such an active and helpful community. 
>> I am working on a project to introduce a few custom features to an Arches 
>> implementation. The first of which is imposing zoom in/out limit on each 
>> group of users. 
>> My questions are: Did anyone try this before? Do you have recommendations 
>> on how this might work? 
>> The approach I am working on now is to edit the context processors file 
>> so that it would pass different zoom in/out limits based on the group and 
>> add a group limit model on top of the group model to allow the admin to set 
>> the limits per group. 
>> What do you think of this? 
>> Any advice is appreciated
>> Thank you, 
>> Mahmoud  

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